About 65% of sports fans that watch games on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets are using them to follow football — far more than any other U.S. sport, according to new data. The below infographic recently posted by Mashable reveals just how popular mobile devices are among football fans watching games in real time, opening up a wider market for advertisers and teams to directly reach out to fans.
Viewing games and video content isn’t the only thing luring fans to pick up mobile devices to follow along. There are more than 290 football-related apps currently available for download.” Try NFL Mobile for stats and news from other games around the league when the stadium scoreboard isn’t telling you the whole story, and to track your Fantasy Football players.
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Football season is underway, so grab your jersey, a foam finger and your smartphone and cheer your team to victory!
Before kickoff, pump up fellow tailgaters and blast Slacker Radio through a Jawbone BIG JAMBOX speaker. Portable, light and loud, BIG JAMBOX is a Bluetooth-enabled device that syncs with a smartphone and is completely wireless.
When the stadium scoreboard isn’t telling you the whole story, try NFL Mobile for stats and news from other games around the league and to track your Fantasy Football players.
Don’t forget to let your friends see what they are missing by uploading pictures to share on your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.
Do you have a favorite app for football season? Reblog this post and tell us about it!
Training camps are in full swing; the official start of football season is around the corner; and 21 million people are eagerly planning their draft strategy for their fantasy football teams. Dedicated fantasy players use every tool available, and that includes apps. As draft day quickly approaches, choosing the right apps can help you find the perfect picks andmanage your team throughout the season.
Click through to check out Verizon Wireless’ favorite football apps and learn how to get a head start on the season.
Did we miss any of your favorite apps? Reblog this post and let us know what apps you use in your fantasy draft!
Don’t miss Newsday’s Tech Review that highlights the best apps for the Super Bowl! A few that made the cut: Are You Watching This?!, Shazam and Simple Soiree. Want to know what else to download before the big game? Click here for the full list.